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WORRY: A Plan to Stop Worry & to Trust

Worry is a continual tempation in life, isn’t it? And there are reasons to worry: ISIS, shootings, illness, mounting credit card debt, faltering relationships, rebellious kids, and on and on and on. But God says, Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to…

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PTSD: Help and Hope (part 3)

PTSD: Are you or a family member stuggling with PTSD symptoms? Want help? This is part 3 of a three-part series by guest author Greg Gifford and covers finding an advocate and handling daily responsibilities. Part 1 delved into understanding PTSD basics and Part 2 looked at flashbacks. This article appeared first here on the Biblical…

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PTSD: Giving Help and Hope (part 1)

PTSD: Are you or a family member stuggling with symptoms of what our society labels post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)? Want help? In this 3-part series, guest writer Greg Gifford provides a biblical perspective for understanding and helping someone with symptoms of PTSD. This article appeared first here on The Biblical Counseling Coalition website and is…

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Mess-Ups: The Best Way to See Yours!

Mess-ups! Would you like to see yours in a new way? A better way? This article by Lucy Ann Moll, a board-certified biblical counselor on staff at Biblical Counseling Center, appeared first here on her website. It is used with permission.  Mess-ups are mistakes. They also are growth opportunities. God can turn your mess-ups into masterpieces when you…

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Worry or Constructive Concern?

Worry or constructive concern — what is the difference? How do you change worry into helpful, constructive concern? Counselor Lucy Ann Moll shares the 2 main differences as well as basics of worry-free living. This article appeared here first on at Lucy’s website. Constructive concern is a positive, action-oriented attitude. It motivates you. It honors…

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Help for Compassion Fatigue

Compassion fatigue can tire a biblical counselor and sideline him or her. The good news is compassion fatigue is largely preventable. This article by Joshua Waulk, director of Baylight Counseling, appeared first here at Biblical Counseling Coalition‘s blog and is used with permission.  During my law enforcement career, my comrades and I were repeatedly instructed…

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